4 October 2000 Investigation of the lasing potential of solidified gas mixtures
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Condensed gas mixtures are considered as laser active materials basing on the correlation between values of the classical oscillator strength and the energy flux of pumping radiation at laser threshold. For the emission lines of active centers Rb2+F-, Cs2+F-, Cs2+Cl-, Xe+F-, 13C18O, CO-Hg, NO and 13CO2 doped into Ne, Ar, Kr and N2 condensed phase hosts and observed in a wide spectral region from VUV to far IR the calculated values agree with experimental results. The strongest transitions of CO/N2 in the IR region and the excimer one of XeF/Ar(B yields X) in VIS require the lowest pumping of the range of 10-4 J/cm2 while the ionic excimers are characterized by a much larger values. This is confirmed by the oscillator strength which for the XeF/Ar (B yields X) case amounts 0.22.
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M. Frankowski, M. Frankowski, Gerard Sliwinski, Gerard Sliwinski, Nikolaus Schwentner, Nikolaus Schwentner, } "Investigation of the lasing potential of solidified gas mixtures", Proc. SPIE 4237, Laser Technology VI: Progress in Lasers, (4 October 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.402886; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.402886


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